A new wall color was the perfect DIY for this sanctuary bedroom makeover.
My sister in law, Linda lives next door to us and I recently had the chance to help update her guest bedroom. With the help of Sherwin-Williams, I was able to update the room and help create a sanctuary for her. Paint can make an unbelievable difference and their color of the year, Urbane Bronze SW 7048 is warm, sophisticated, and calming. See how this sanctuary bedroom makeover came to life!
Here is the BEFORE!
The room itself is large in size and Linda had bought a new bed just last year. If you see on the right of the bed, there’s a closet door. I didn’t like how everything was positioned so we moved the bed around.
That boob light is a real eye sore too! You know I will address that situation.
Look at the moody, rich color! One of the intriguing things about paint is how it can look different in spaces. Paint can translate differently in relation to the other colors in the room as well as lighting. I love how this color changes throughout the day. Sherwin-Williams creates high-quality paint and the finish is always beautiful.
I decided to go with one focal wall since this is where I wanted to move the bed. This is one coat of Urbane Bronze.
You know I’m partial to moody colors! It’s stunning in person. The wall only needed two coats of paint. Look how gorgeous!
We moved the bed in between the windows. I wanted to replace the boob lighting, install curtains, add new bedding, decor and a rug.
Ready for the AFTER!?!
I switched out the nightstands for these from the new Hearth and Hand line at Target. It’s only $99 and the lines and color are simple and beautiful.
Not only does it look different, it feels amazing. It felt cold before and now the added colors and layers really invite you in.
The baskets are thrifted finds that I had on hand. I created a basket trio display above the bed to add some natural elements to the space. Plus, I always love mixing the old with the new.
The baskets are so pretty against the sophisticated bronzy color.
The lamps are new from Target and would look great in a bedroom or living room.
Jimmy helped me switch out the boob light for this affordable and chic semi-flush mount. When you have ceilings that are 8 feet or less, a semi-flush mount is always a good replacement. This Amazon find is such a great deal. When removing a boob light fixture, it usually leaves an unattractive paint ring. Instead of repainting the ceiling since it’s hard to match the same color, a ceiling medallion is a great inexpensive fix.
Let’s take a final look at the before and after!
Be sure to follow me on IG when my in feed post goes live because I’ll be doing an amazing giveaway with Sherwin-Williams! You will have the chance to win an “at-home sanctuary” kit along with 3 gallons of paint for your next project. This is an awesome giveaway and I hope you’ll enter.
Let all that you do be done in Love. 1 Corinthians 16:14
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